Posted November 22, 2012 on AP on Fox
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Facing a potential three-game losing streak, the Chicago Bears are hoping for Jay Cutler's return. The Minnesota Vikings surely don't share that sentiment. With Cutler's status still up in the air, the Bears may have to rely on a better performance from backup Jason Campbell as they try to continue their dominance of the rested Vikings on Sunday at Soldier Field. Cutler is trying to return from a concussion suffered in a 13-6 home loss to Houston two weeks ago. He sat out Monday's 32-7 loss at San Francisco, while Campbell connected on 14 of 22 passes for 107 yards with one touchdown, two picks and six sacks. That performance left offensive coordinator Mike Tice itching for Cutler's return against the Vikings (6-4). "God, I hope (he can play)," Tice said. "I do, I really do. Not anything against Jason. Jason did a remarkable job based on the opportunities he was afforded. We've got to get our guy back." Cutler has been given the go-a...
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